Org/STSI ntegration. Aarrrggghhh. Makes you want to use Netbeans. Have fun trying out the search capabilities. You can do it from your browser here: lipse. org/. One last thing. If you want to install plugins from multiple update sites you have to do them a. For m2eclipse here are the updates sites. Right, plural. natype. org/sites/m2e/0623-1649/ natype. org/sites/m2e-extras/ Maybe Ill have a little better luck with Groovy. Nope. Thats even worse. Doing an all marketplace search yields nothing related. Some of the plugins you see have an install button. Cool; that would be easy! No such luck for m2eclipse. You have to press the learn more link and go to their web page. You cannot select a plugin/update from one update site and another plugin/update from another site at once. Is that painful or what? Share These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages. Automatic downloading of the required dependencies from the remote Maven repositories. Wizards for creating new Maven projects, pom. xml and to enable Maven support on plain Java project. Quick search for dependencies in Maven remote repositories. Same for Grails as a keyword. But hell, using the Helios update site you can install Fortran! Right. For-freaking-tran but not Groovy. To be fair, if you look at the canned update sites there is a disabled one for groovy but its for version 3.5. Maven Development Hangout Curious to know what's new with Maven and what might impact development with M2Eclipse? Join the weekly Maven Development Hangout with Takari to take part in the discussion.